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Jonathan Moore reports in, at long last, from Los Angeles, CA

Greensburg, and Columbia, KY, film director/producer reports in on continuing projects; his last filming project here was in 2001, when he was filming a story by Kentucky author Chris Offutt at Gradyville, KY. He still has plans for Kentucky based documentaries and feature films. Plus, he sends a memory of the Circle R.

Mr. Waggener,

Greetings from Los Angeles once again. I hope this note finds you, Adair County and all the rest of Kentucky enjoying a beautiful spring. Life for me is busy, but good, here in southern California. I am finishing up my second year of full-time teaching at Vanguard University, and I am eagerly awaiting the coming summer vacation.

I am also working on documentary about coaches' wives, which I am excited about. My goal is to show the various trials, struggles, and joys, that the women who are married to a coach go through. I think it is an interesting topic, and one that I know a thing or two about. It will probably take me another year and a half to finish it, but it is my hope that it will be worth it.

I am still writing and am re-writing a screenplay I wrote a few weeks ago. It is my first romantic comedy, which is clearly a detour from the material that I normally write.

My parents are doing fine. Dad recently had a knee replacement surgery and is in the middle of rehabilitation. He is doing well and ahead of schedule, which doesn't surprise me one bit. It's the old coach/athlete coming out in him. I fully expect him to play a lot of golf, go fishing and generally get into all kinds of trouble once he is up and running at full speed.

And let me just say that I am happy to hear that the Circle R is being resurrected! I surely hope they will still have the great roast beef sandwich, mashed potatoes and gravy entree that I enjoyed for so many years.

All the best,

s/Jonathan Moore

This story was posted on 2009-04-05 15:23:47
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